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Old 01-11-2013, 02:36 AM   #18
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Re: Teachers/Education?

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Originally Posted by USNsis View Post
Yes, there are!

I did HS RSP/SDC in CA - mish mosh of subjects in the beginning, but largely math.

In NC I did MS math in a pullout class as well as in co-taught classes.

Here in CO I do pullout math classes for moderate needs students. We used to do co-taught math here, but they decided to discontinue that. I wasn't a huge fan of that decision, but that's where I'm at.

Everyone else?
I co-teach with the special ed teacher. We have 25 students (one just moved) and 7 have IEPs. We actually have a co-teaching model regular ed/special ed for each grade level 2-5. This is the first year. I do have more students than the other teachers on my grade level. My co-teacher isn't with me all day (like the other grade levels) but that will change on January 23.

I've been teaching for 16 years; I have two boys 13 and 6. The 6 year old is a kinder student at my school and my dh just started substitute teaching there.

I've taught in FL, NY, FL again and now NC.
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